We are still limited on what we can do so whenever we get a chance to do something outside of the house we will make sure to make the best out of it. We just want to take advantage of being out for a few hours. That’s what a lot of people are doing with the Six Flags’ Safari.

According to NJ.com, Six Flags website wasn't ready for too much traffic (no pun intended) for their drive-thru safari. It was such high demand that the Six Flags safari website crashed. Can you blame the people that are trying to go though? It makes sense. The kids have been bored at home this whole time and this would be a fun activity for them.

NJ.com mentioned that the Six Flags safari website wasn't down for too long, probably less than an hour.  It happened right after the site launched to allow people to make reservations.

The spokeswoman for Six Flags, Kristin Fitzgerald, told NJ.com, "We are working diligently to resolve the issue so our fans can reserve their upcoming visits.” If you happen to go on the Six Flags website to try to make a reservation to drive through the safari and your computer or phone starts glitching don't think it's your phone. It’s probably the website.

We previously shared some great information with you that the Six Flags Safari will be reopening on May 30 and that is just days away. They will be operating daily from 9 am until 4 pm (weather permitting). IF you happen to be a season pass holder, an employee of the park, or active member just know you can get an earlier experience from everyone else.